Shoe Supplies at Walter's Shoe Care (Up to 44% Off). Nine options available.

Shoe Plus In-Store Pickup

Value Discount You Save
C$11.99 42% C$5
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In a Nutshell

Caring for shoes since 1893, Walter’s Shoe Care has everything needed to make dignified footwear keep its shine

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 30 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Fine Print, any purchaser with an unredeemed voucher 30 days after purchase will receive a refund equal to the amount paid for the voucher. Sales tax on the amount paid is due at time of pick-up. Only available for in-store pickup and only for the option purchased at the listed location. Returns and exchanges must be initiated in-store and are subject to the merchant's standard return policy. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Nine Options Available:

  • C$6.99 for weather guard (C$11.99 value)
  • C$4.50 for leather cleaner (C$7.99 value)
  • C$6.50 for a water resistant protector (C$9.49 value)
  • C$8.99 for suede and nubuck cleaner (C$12.99 value)
  • C$4.50 for suede and stain remover (C$7.99 value)
  • C$4.99 for shoe whitener (C$7.99 value)
  • C$8.99 for suede renew (C$12.99 value)
  • C$8.99 for premium suede and nubuck brush (C$12.99 value)
  • C$8.99 for a premium horsehair brush (C$12.99 value)

Mink Oil: Turning Leather Into Butter

As your cobbler will tell you, it’s important to keep leather moisturized. Check out one of the best ways to keep your shoes protected from the elements.

After the tanning process, leather loses many of the natural oils that keep it supple, leaving shoes vulnerable to the elements. Consequently, owning nice shoes means keeping up a solid maintenance regimen, waterproofing, softening, and conditioning the leather so shoes don’t shrivel into worthless moccasins. Derived from the fat of the mink—the same cousin of the weasel family that’s prized for its fur—mink oil has long been many cobblers’ conditioner of choice, thanks to its natural ability to penetrate porous leather in a way that most synthetic leather conditioners can’t. Mink oil doesn’t just coat the surface of leather—it actually seeps into the shoe while it moisturizes, helping the material stay soft and supple.

Versatile, to a Point

Because mink oil is so good at bonding with leather, it can also be used as a waterproofing agent, making it valuable on many kinds of leather. However, its potency can over-soften leather over time and make shoes lose their structure, and some materials, such as chromium-tanned leather, don’t take kindly to it. It’s a good idea to check with your cobbler to see whether mink oil is the right choice to condition and protect your specific style of shoe.

Bonus Points

  • Mink oil is often combined with other ingredients, such as lanolin or beeswax, to augment its natural effects.
  • Designer shoes aren’t the only beneficiaries of mink oil. Construction boots, for instance, can use it to help protect the leather against substances such as cement or molten steel.

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